Rana Ranbir enthralls the crowd of thousands of students
Mohali 6 February
Renowned Punjabi Comedian and Actor Rana Ranbir today released his novelette “20 November”. The novelette was released by Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges, Dr. Anshu Kataria today at its campus. On the occasion, Rana Ranbir also enthralled the gathering of thousands of students.
Rana Ranbir while giving information about his novelette said that it is a fictitious story of 21 hours regarding the life of today’s youth. Various stages which come in life of every person have been described presentably. While motivating the students he said that ups and downs are the part of everyone’s life and one should not get discouraged with it. Readers of all sections of the society will enjoy this novelette.
“Mother tongue should be adopted in education sector so that the students need not to cram the concepts and build a hold on their respective subjects. If this approach will be adopted in an education sector then we can also give best scientists to the world” he said. He further inspired the students to follow the teachings of holy books and root out the evil of female foeticide from the society.
Director, Aryans Group, Prof A.P Jain while congratulating Rana Ranbir said,” Rana is recognized as a comedian, an actor and even as an anchor but you all will be surprised to know that he is a very good writer and poet too” after reading his novel. He further said his facial expressions made everyone go crazy about him but not many are aware of Rana Ranbir’s versatility as a writer.
Registrar, Aryans Group of Colleges, Prof B.S Sidhu while appreciating him said that he has enthralled the audience with his character and dialogues. He further said that cultural, sports and other co-curricular activities are as important as academics. The stressed mind of the students gets refreshed and they get good exposure by being a part of such events in the campus
Apart from others Director General, Aryans Group, Dr. Parveen Kataria; Director; Deputy Director, Aryans Group, Ms. Tejinder Kaur; Ms. Punika; Ms. Shashi and other faculty members were also present.